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for mayor coming up next. lindsay. >>> good evening, robert e. lee and that is our game-of-the- week matchup. we'll tell you why robert e. lee has been a thorn since last year. back to you. >>> a beautiful day today, very fall leak, too, with temperatures in the 70s. will this last through the weekend? we'll have more details. the full forecast coming up. >>> thanks, gary. keep it here. fox 5 news at 5 is getting started. thousands of d.c. residents cast their ballots for next week's primary elect. more than 15,000 people voted since august 30th, nearly 2,000 registered to vote or updated their voter registration. the voter sites will be open through tomorrow and you can find a list of them on www.myfoxdc.com. >>> and the two front runners in the race for mayor faced off today at two different events and that were the last two and john henrehan has more in the newsroom. >> reporter: incumbent mayor fenty and his best-known challenger vincent gray were grilled and got testy with each other at a forum in georgetown. >> reporter: smiled and embraced as they crossed paths at kto -- wto radio.
Sep 10, 2010 7:00am EDT
. the little girl we're going to be talking about is named lindsay. her parents are kristy and joe ratcliffe. daddy served in vietnam. lindsay started first grade. their mind is normal. >> the mind of a child. >> of a normal 6-year-old. but their body is that already of somebody who is -- might be 70. let's take a look and meet lindsay. lindsay has just started first grade. but she's living inside a body that is biologically older than her grandmother's. although her body is aging, her mind is not. >> my mom and i play with the ponies. we read books. we play games. legos, ponies, my drum set, trains, cooking. >> reporter: but all these activities take a toll on lindsay's body. >> every time i run, like at recess at school, my muscles hurt. >> do they? >> yes. the leg ones. not my arm ones. my leg ones. >> really? >> yes. >> reporter: so, every week, she goes to the chiropractor for a checkup. >> got it? okay. here we go. how is your neck feeling today? >> really bad. >> really bad? >> yeah. >> she's 6 years old. she runs and jumps. she has the spine of a 60-year-old or a 70-year-old. there i
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against, we'll go buck wild! >> lindsay lohan. >> but how do you set boundaries without alienating your kids? >> i don't know if you can. >> well, i think the boundaries are what's important. you're going to be a parent and not put your personal problems and anxieties on the kids, but you're also going to be open and allow your kids to disagree with you sometimes. it doesn't mean that there are no rules, but that they have an open voice so they can explore who they are as an individual. part of becoming an individual is saying, hey, here's what my family origin taught me. i'm going to keep some of these values but take these new ones from my peer group. >> absolutely. become an individual. >> and your mom, as i understand, in adult life, had trouble with you accepting -- or she had trouble accepting some of the things you adopted. >> well, i mean, we couldn't have been more different if you cast us blindfolded with ear plugs in. look at us. this is my mom's biggest fantasy, me in a ka tillon that she really wanted me to do and i did that for her. i was a tomboy wearing dock martins and